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May 1953 E-857 

STATE PLANT BOARDUnited States Department of Agriculture 

Agricultural Research Administration 
Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine 


By R. A. Fulton and Ralph P. Gelardo 
Division of Insecticide Investigations 

Chronological lists of publications on liquefied-gas aerosols 
(E-75U and E-81U) ware issued in August 19U8 and January 1951 by this 
Bureau. Since interest in this subject has continued, it seems desir- 
able to revise these lists and bring the references up to date* A few 
references overlooked In the previous compilations have been added, and 
the present list is believed to be complete from 1938 through 1952. 

With the exception of recent publications in the Bureau's E and 
ET series, copies are not available for distribution* 


Mackie, F. P., and Crabtree, H. S. 

The destruction of mosquitoes In aircraft. Lancet [London] 235* 


Billings, S. C, Goodhue, L. D., and Sullivan, W. N. 

A pyre thrum-sesame oil aerosol used against cheese skipper adults* 
(Scientific note) Jour. Econ. Ent. 35* 289-290. 

Goodhue, L. D. 

Insecticidal-aerosol production. Spraying solutions in liquefied 
gases. Indus, and Engin. Chem. 3U* U*56-lU59* 

and Sullivan, W. N. 

The preparation of lnsecticidal aerosols by the use of liquefied 
gases. U. S. Bur. Ent. and Plant Quar. ET-190, 3 pp. 

Roark, R. C. 

Definition of aerosol. Jour. Econ. Ent. 35* 105-106. 

Sullivan, W. N. 

Aerosol method of killing mosquitoes in aircraft. U. S. Dept. 
Com. Off. Pub. Bd. Rpt. 5173, 9 pp. 

Goodhue, L. D., and Fales, J. H. 

Toxicity to adult mosquitoes of aerosols produced by spraying 
solutions of insecticides in liquefied gases. Jour. Econ. Ent. 
35* U8-51. 

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Annand, P. N. 

Aerosol Method patented. Soap and Sanit. Cbam. 19 (10): 117, 119. 

Creighton, J. T. 

Household pests. Univ. Fla. Agr. Ext. Bui. 122, 55 PP» 

!)unnahoo, G, L. 

Insect control on aircraft. Soap and Sanit. Chem. 19 (2)i 111-113. 

Ginsburg, J. M. 

Aerosol sprays for killing and repelling mosquitoes. N. J. 
Mosquito Extermin. Assoc. Proc. 30: 211-217. 

Goodhue, L. D, 

Insecticidal aerosols. Pests 11 (1): 12. 

Development and use of insecticidal aerosols. Compressed Gas 
Mfgrs. Assoc. 31st Ann. Rpt. 31: 67-71. 

New mosquito-control method, developed for Army, described. New 
York Herald Tribune, Nov. 21, 19U3. Sect. VIII, p. 15. (Also 
published under the title "War on (Against) Mosquitoes" in 
Pests 11 (12): 21, 2u-25; and in "19U3 New York Herald Tribune 
Forum," pp. 162-166, 19hh» 

and Sullivan, W. N. 

Making and testing aerosols. In "Laboratory Procedures In Studies 
of the Chemical Control of Insects." Amer. Assoc. Adv. Sci. Pub. 
20, pp. 157-162. 

McGovran, E. R., Fales, J. H., and Goodhue, L. D. 

Testing aerosols against house flies. Soap and Sanit. Chem. 19 (9)* 
99, 101, 103, 105, 107. 

Monro, H. A. U. 

Tests with a pyrethrum aerosol against cockroaches and stored 

product pests. Ontario Ent. Soc. Ann. 3. 

{Also in Pests 1? (2): 1^-16. Feb. 19Uk.) 

Schwarca, L. 

Sanitary Products Manufacturing, Testing, and Use. 292 pp., 
McNair-Dorland, New York. 

Sinks, A. H. 

Another enemy surrenders, disease-bearing insects, worst foe of 
Jungle filters axe on the run before new weapons that will 
mean better health and more comfort for everyone in peacetime. 
Pop. Sci. Monthly 1U (6): 56A-56C, 231. 

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Smith, F. F., and Goodhue, L. D# 

Toxicity of nicotine aerosols to the green peach aphid, under 
greenhouse conditions. Jour. Econ. Ent. 36: 911-91U. 

Tyler, A. F. 

Mosquito bomb; powerful new device filled with new insecticide 
(pyre thrum with Freon) helps our soldiers wipe out death- 
dealing mosquitoes. Nation's Business 31 (8): 61 ♦ 

Annand, P. N. 

Entomologists help increase crop yields, Agr. Situation 28 (8): 

Anonymous. / 

Methods of preventing the transfer of disease-carrying insects 
on aircraft. [Gt. Brit.] Monthly Bui. Min. Health 3: 108-110. 

Growing strength of synthetics indicated at NAIDM meeting. Chem. 
Indus. 55 (1): 66-68. 

Barthel, W. F., Haller, H. L., and LaForge, F. B. 

Pyrethrins for aerosols. The preparation of 98 percent pure 

pyrethrins for use in Freon aerosol bombs. Soap and Sanit. Chem. 
20 (7): 121, 135. 

Bishopp, F. C. 

Contributions of the Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine of 
the Department of Agriculture to the national program for the 
control of malaria. Jour. Natl. Malaria Soc. 3 (l)s U5-5U* 

Cowin, R. 0. 

Aerosol bombs vs. spray insecticides. Soap and Sanit. Chem. 
20 (7): 111, 113. 

Eddey, L. G. 

Spray-killing of mosquitoes in houses — a contribution to malaria 
control on the Gold Coast. Roy, Soc. Trop. Med. and Ryg. Trans * 
38: 167-188. 

Fales, J. H», and Goodhue, L. D. 

Aerosols vs. oil-spray insecticides. A study of comparative 
efficiency. Soap and Sanit. Chem. 20 (7): 107-108. 

Goodhue, L. D. 

Insecticidal aerosols. Jour. Econ. Ent. 37: 338-3U1. 

Military needs stimulate development of insecticidal aerosols. 
Chem. Indus. 51*: 673-675. 

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Goodhue, L. D. 

The use of Freon in insecticides. Refrig. Engln. Ii7: 26-27. 

and McGovran, E. R. 
Liquefied-gas method of producing germicidal aerosols. Science 
99 « 511-512. 

and Smith, f. F, 

The effect of some insecticides in aeroool form against the 
cyclamen mite on snapdragon. Jour. Econ. Ent. 37: 211i-2l8. 

Gothard, N. J. 

Another view of aerosol efficiency. Soap and Sanit. Chem. 
20(7): 113. 

Haller, H. L. 

New agricultural crop insecticides. Jour. Econ. Ent. 37: 3li2-3Ui< 

Hamner, C. L. , Schotier, H. A. and Goodhue, L. D. 

Aerosol, a new method of applying growth regulators to plant*. 
Science 99: 85. 

Hansberry, T. R. 

Victory model insecticides. Pests 12(10): 22, 2li. 

Martin, J. 

A bomb for peacetime. Country Gent, lib (U): 16, U7. 

Monro, H. A. U., Briand, L. J., Delisle, R., and Smith, C. C. 

Some experiments with the pyre thrum aerosol under Canadian 
conditions. Ontario Ent. Soc. Ann. Rpt. 71 (19U3). U2-i*5. 

Munro, J. A. 

New insecticides. N. Dak. Agr. Expt. Sta. Bimo. Bui. 6 (5): 1U. 

Neal, P. A., et al. 

Toxicity and potential dangers of aerosols, mists, and dusting 
powders containing DDT. U. S. Pub. Health Serr. Hpts., 
Suppl. 177» 32 pp. 

O'Donnell, D. 

A simple and rapid method of destroying crab lice; n f its 

use in 12 cases in the South Pacific. War Med. 6: 253. 

Rhodes, W. W. 

Liquefied-gas aerosols — Postwar. Soap and Sanit. Chea. 20 (7)1 

106-11 .. 

Roark, R. C. 

New Insecticides aid the war effort. Chem. and Erigln. News 
22i Hi6l-U469. 


Schulze, K. 

Die Wirkung der Pyrethrine bei niederer Temperatur. Ztschr.f • 
Hyg. Zool. und Schadlingsbekampf 36: 67-73 • 

Smith, C. M., and Goodhue, L. D. 

Increase in concentration of insecticide in Freon-12 accompanying 
transfer or discharge of an aerosol-producing solution, Indus* 
and Engin. Chem., Analyt. Ed. 16: 355-357. 

Smith, F. F., Goodhue, L. D., and Ballinger, W. R. 

Dispenser for aerosols and highly volatile fumigants. U. S. Bur. 
Ent. and Plant Quar. ET-216, 3 pp. 

Stanford, E. N. 

Post-war pest control. Canad. Business 17 (9): 90-91, 160, 162, 
167t, 166. 

Tipton, B. 

DDT and aerosol bombs spell death for insects. Acco Press 22 (6): 

Wachs, H., Morriello, C, and Mages, S. 

Determination of Freon-insoluble solids in twenty percent pyrethrum 
extracts. Indus, and Engin. Chem., Analyt. Ed. 16: U53-U5U. 

Weigel, C. A. 

DDT against some pests of vegetable crops. Jour. Econ. Ent. 
37: 150. 

Wells, R. W. 

DDT as a fly spray on range cattle. Jour. Econ. Ent. 37: 136. 

Wilson, G. R. 

Small army conquers hotbeds of malaria. N. J. Dept. Health, 
Pub. Health News 27: 175-177. 



Aerosol insecticides. Soap and Sanit. Chem. 21 (10): 12U-126, 163. 

U. S. D. A. advises on aerosols. Soap and Sanit. Chem. 21 (11): 131. 

Batt, G. H. 

New sprayer for testing aerosols. Soap and Sanit. Chem. 21 (7): 

Bishopp, F. C. 

Insect problems in World War II with special references to the 
insecticide DDT. Amer. Jour. Pub. Health 35 (U): 373-378. 

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David, W. A. L. 

The quantity and distribution of apray collect* flag 

throng insecticidal mists. Ann. Appl. EM -J.. 

titan, L. P. 

Cheaper Insect control possible. Food Packer 26 '6)j 58, 60, 62. 

Sc.ith, F. F., Goodhue, L. D., and Bronson, T. I 
~DDT aerosols for pea aphid control. Jour. Econ. Sit. 3-* 183-188, 

Goodhue, L. D. 

Insecticidal aerosols. Sci. Monthly 61: U13-U-U. 

New developments In Insecticides. Iowa State Col. Jour. 19* 


Ballinger, W # R., and Fales, J. H. 
""improved dispenser for testing new liquefied-gas aerosols. Jour. 
Econ. Ent. 38: 709-710. 

Fales, J. H., and McGovran, E. R. 

Dispersants for aerosols. Soap and Sanit. Chem. 21(U)» 123, 12* 

127 Digitized by the Internet Archive 

Smith, F. F., and Ditman- h/Sjq 

DDT in aerosol form to conllrrfiU mcta on vegetables. Jour. Econ. 
Ent. 38: 179-182. 

Hale, F. C. 

Developments in military insect control. Ind. State Bd. Healt 
Monthly Bui. U8 (6): 131-132, 1^6. 

Jones, H. A., Deonier, C. C, Burrell, R. W., 
Larvicidal aerosols containing DDT. J 

Lindquist, A. W., Travis, B. V., Madden, A. H., and 

Jones, H. A. 

DDT and pyrethrwi aerosols to control mosquitoes ai :es 

under semi-practica" 

^chroeder, H. 0., and Knipling, E. 

Gc ited inse «s. Preliminary s tidier e use 

itrated sprays rt house flies and mosqiitoes. Soap 

% 1 (7): 1C9, 111, 113, 1 

Madden, A« , Lindquist, A. »., bipUll , . . 

DDT treatment of alrpLuies to prevent in' 
insects. Jour. Econ. Knt. 3 - U« 

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Madden, A. H., Lindquist, A, W., and Knipling, E. F. 

DDT and other insecticides as residual-type treatments to kill 
bedbugs. Jour, Econ. Ent. 38: 265-271. 

McKay, J. W., Burrell, P. C, and Goodhue, L. D. 

Applying colchicine to plants by the aerosol method. Science 101: 

Neal, P. A., et al. 

Toxicity and potential danger of aerosols and residues from such 
aerosols containing 3 percent DDT (second report). U. S. Pub. 
Health Serv. Rpts. Suppl. 183, 29 pp. 

Poos, F. W. 

The control of tobacco thrips on seedling peanuts. Jour. Econ. 
Ent. 38: UU6-Ui8. 

Rodebush, W. H. 

Statistical considerations in the use of DDT aerosols to January 1, 
19U5. U. S. Dept. Com. Off. Pub. Bd. Rpt. l£60U, 17 PP» 

Schroeder, H. 0., Madden, A. H., Wilson, H. G., and Lindquist, A. W. 
Residual action of DDT aerosols against house flies. Jour. Econ. 
Ent. 38: 277-278. 

Simmons, J. S. 

The prevention of malaria in the U. S. A. Mil. Surg. 96: 123-126. 

Smith, F. F., Ditman, L. P., and Goodhue, L. D. 

Experiments with aerosols against some pests of truck crops. Jour. 
Econ. Ent. 38: 189-196. 

Ditman, L. P., Goodhue, L. D., and Burkhardt, Geo. 

Self-propelled aerosol sprays for control of the pea aphid. Pa. 
Veg. Growers 1 News 15 (5): 97-99. 

and Goodhue, L. D. 
DDT aerosols to control onion thrips and other pests in greenhouses. 
Jour. Econ,- Ent. 38: 173-179. 

Starr, D. F., Baker, E. W., and Ramirez, J. 

A dispenser for methyl bromide and methyl bromide - DDT aerosols. 
Jour. Econ. Ent. 38: 1*01. 

Wall, F. T. 

Preparation and properties of aerosols. U. S, Dept. Com. Off. 
Pub. Bd. Rpt. 6028, 6 pp. 

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Bronson, T. E., Smith, F. F., and Simpson, G. W. 

Control of aphids on potatoes In northeastern Maine. Jour. Boon. 
Ent. 39: l8?-19h. 

Bruere, M. 

Les aerosols dans las milieux ruraux et lea industries do 
l 1 alimentation. Acad. d'Agr. de France. Conpt. Rendt. 32: 

Diets, W., and Shepherd, H. R. 

The expanding field for aerosols. Soap and Sanit. Chem. 22 (12) i 

Ditman, L. P. 

DDT aerosols to control worms in corn. Jour. Econ. Ent. 39» 668, 

Goodhue, L. D., Smith, F. F. , and Burkhardt, Geo. 

Insecticidal aerosols for pea aphid control - second report. Jour. 
Econ. Ent. 39: 199-201*. 

Ditsler, R. E. 

Aerosol marketing. Soap and Sanit. Chem. 22 (7) J 131, 133. 

^ales, J. H., McGovran, E. R., and Goodhue, L. D. 

Aerosol toxicity - Effect of the nonvolatile content of a DDT 
aerosol on mortality of house flies. Soap and Sanit. Chem. 22 
(6) i 157-158. 

Geradorff, W. A. and Barthel, W. F. 

Determination of pyrethrins deterioration. The solubility of 
pyrethrum concentrates in dichlorodifluo rone thane as a measure 
of their deterioration in insecticidal ef fectiveness. Soap and 
Sanit. Chem. 22 (10): 155, 157. 

Ginsburg, J. M. 

Possible utilisation of the newly developed aerosol methods in 

applying the New Jersey mosquito larvicide for outdoor protection 
from adult mosquitoes. Mosquito News 6 (3): 137-13 g . 

Goodhue, L. D. 

Aerosols and their application. Jour. Econ. Ent. 39« 506-509. 

The evaluation of liquefied gas aerosol solutions. Soap and Sanit. 
Chem. 22 (2): 133, 135, 165. 

and Bal linger, W. K. 
Accelerated aging test for insecticidal aerosols containing DDT. 
ElMfoS « kng'. . 'in., Analyt. Ed. IS: 131-132. 

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Goodhue, L. D. and Riley, R. L. 

Particle-size distribution in liquefied-gas aerosols. Jour, Econ. 
Ent. 39: 223-226. 

Hazen, A. C, and Goodhue, L. D. 

Insecticidal aerosols. Stability in storage studied by accelerated 
aging tests. Soap and Sanit. Chem. 22 (8): l£l, 153, 155* 

Knipling, E. F. 

DDT to dontrol insects affecting man. Jour. Econ. Ent. 39* 360-365* 

Laing, F. 

The cockroach, its life history and how to deal -with it. Brit. 
Mus. Nat. Hist. Econ. Ser. No. 12, 28 pp. 

Lindquist, A. W., Travis, B. V., Madden, A. H. and Jones, H. A. 

Aerosol formulation. Laboratory tests with pyrethrum and DDT 
aerosols against the common malaria mosquito and the house fly. 
Soap and Sanit. Chem. 22 (5): 135, 137, 139, U»l, H*3. 

McCoy, 0. R. 

Precautions by the Army to prevent the introduction of tropical 
diseases. Amer. Jour. Trop. Med. 26: 351-355. 

McFarland, R. A. 

Human Factors in Air Transport Design. 670 pp., McGraw-Hill, 
New York. 

McGovran, E. R., and Fales, J. H. 

Toxicity of aerosols. Rate of movement through and height of 
suspension in a toxic aerosol influences mortality of cage house 
flies. Soap and Sanit. Chem. 22 (9): 127-129. 

Fales, J. H., and Goodhue, L. D. 

New formulations of aerosols dispersed by liquefied gases. Jour. 
Econ. Ent. 39 : 216-219. 

Madden, A. H., Lindquist, A. W., Travis, B. V., and Knipling, E. F. 

Outdoor control of adult mosquitoes with DDT or pyrethrum applied 
with ground equipment. Mosquito News 6: 7-11 • 

Schroeder, H. 0., Knipling, E. F., and Lindquist, A. W. 

A modified aerosol formula for use against mosquitoes and house 
flies. Jour. Econ. Ent. 39: 620-623. 

Markwood, L. N. 

The aerosol - something new in insecticides. U. S. Dept. Com. 
Dom. Com. 3U (H): 50-56. 

Metzler, D. F. 

Injury resulting from use of [DDT] aerosol bomb. U. S. Pub. 
Health Serv. Rpts. 61 (15): 5U6. 

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, A. 

The aerosol bomb as a method for determining the triatonic index 
in human habitations in ^hi^-as' disease e Lc zones. Jour, 

rasitol. 3? (2): 2O?-210. 

Orlando, Fla., Laboratory of tne bureau of Entomology and PI - 
, . irantine 

DDT and other insecticides and repellents developed for the 
armed forces, U. S. Dept. Agr. Hisc. Pub. 606, 71 pp. 

Owens, H. B., and Ditnan, L. P. 

Liquefied-gas aerosols to control insects on eggplant. Jo or. 
Econ. Ent. 39: U05-li06. 

Ribbands, C. R. 

Repellency of pyrethrun and le thane sprays to mosquitoes. 
Bui. Ent. Res. 37 (2): 163-172. 

Russel, P. F. 

Lessons in malariology from World War II. The Charles Frank lir. 
Lecture for 19U5 - Ajner. Jour. Trop. ked. 26: 5-13. 

Smith, F. F. 

Normal offspring produced by moribund aphids treated with DDT, 
Jour. Econ. Ent. 39: 383. 

Stage, H. H. 

-act and fallacies about DDT. Mosquitoes News 6: 1-6. 



What the U. S. D. A, says about aerosols. Florists' Exch. 
109 (12): LU, 16. 

Anderson, L. D., and Brooks, J. W. 

Pea aphid control in eastern Virginia. Jour. I Kht. UOt 


Barnes, E. C, et al. 

Aerosol technique provides plant-scale insect control. _'h«a. 
Indus. 60: 238- 2K>, 339. 

Chabot, E. D. 

lirtjenhouae pest control is easy. Flower m .-. 3ii » Ul--- . 

Cooley, C. I . 

International air onmr.nrce and plant quarantine. Jour. Econ. Ent. 
UO: 12)-: . 

>>ry, I« N. 

.•rowers beat their swords into plow shares. South. Planter 
108 [l2) i 2b-2$« 

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Ditman, L. P., Burkhardt, Geo., Smith, F. F., and Goodhue, L. D. . 

Liquefied-gas aerosols containing DDT for control of vegetable- 
crop insects. Chemur. Digest 6: 9U-9f>. 

Smith, F. F., and Burkhardt, Geo. 

Liquefied-gas aerosols for pea aphid control - third report. 
Jour. Econ. Ent. UO: 190-191;. 

Dove, W. E. 

Piperonyl butoxide, a new and safe insecticide for the household 
and field. Amer. Jour. Trop. Med. 27: 339-3U5. 

Fales, J. H., McGovran, E. R., and Fulton, R. A. 

Gamma benzene hexachloride in the liquefied-gas aerosol. Jour. 
Econ. Ent. UO: 7£U« 

Fulton, R. A., and Berlin, F. D. 

A glass container for use in studying aerosol solutions. U. S. 
Bur. Ent. and Plant Quar. ET-2U6, 2 pp. 

Berlin, F. D., and Bochert, R., Jr. 

A laboratory method for filling aerosol containers. U. S. Bur. 
Ent. and Plant Quar. ET-2li5, 2 pp. 

Gaddis, C. H., and Goodhue, L. D. 

Treatment of aeroplanes to prevent accidental transportation of 
Japanese beetles. Jour. Econ. Ent. UO: 2U0— 2UU» 

Goodhue, L. D. 

Determination of Freon-insolubles in pyrethrum extract. Soap and 
Sanit. Chem. 23 (1): 133, 135. 

_______ and Hazen, A. C. 

The viscosity and density of four liquefied-gas aerosol solutions 
containing DDT. Indus, and Engin. Chem., Analyt. Ed. 19: 2l*8-2£0. 

Schultz, F. S., and Wilkins, P. H. 

Aerosols shoot for mass market. (With low pressure propellants, 
cheap containers). Chem. Indus. 61: 602-601*. 

Schultz, F. S., Innes, N., and Stansbury, R. 

A test method for commercial aerosol dispensers. Soap and Sanit. 
Chem. 23 (9): 119-121. 

Hall, D. J. 

A new rival for DDT, hexaethyl tetraphosphate. Flower Grower 
3U: 339, 362. 

Haller, H. L. 

Wartime development of insecticides. Indus, and Engin. Chem. 
39: U67-U73. 

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Kel : , . A . 1 1, 

The use of insecticidal aerosols on agricultural crops. Austral. 
Inst. Agr. Scl. Jour. 1'-: . . 

Knipling, E. 

Peots that attack man. In Science in Farming, Yearbook of 
Agriculture, 19U3-17L7, pp. 636-637. 

Latta, R., and Goodhue, L. D. 

Aerosols for insects. In Science in Farming, Yearbook of 
Agriculture, lvu3-l?h"77 pp. 622-627. 

Laurie, A. 

New insecticides and fungicides. Glass and Gard. 2 (5): 2. 

Mallia, H. J. 

Electric-furnace brating aids manufacture of insecticide boabe. 
Mod. Machine Shop 20 j 132-13U, 136, 138. 

VcCrovran, E. H., and Fales, J. H. 

Collecting and weighing tube for insecticidal aerosols. V. S. 
Bur. Ent. and Plant <uar. ET-2U., 5 pp. 

and Fales, J. H. 

Insecticidal-aeroj-ol progress. Soap and Sanit. Chem. 23«,2): I 
12^, 169. 

and Fales, J. H. 

Insecticidal aerosols. Soap and Sanit. Chem. 19h7 ?lue Book, 
pp. 179-181, 177. MacNair-Dorland Co., New York. 

and Fales, J. H. 

Swinging-shutter apparatus for ir.easuring small dosages cf insect 
cidal aerosol. U. S. Bur. Ent. and Plant y^uar. - *, 11 

Nicolaiev, B. N., ani Gutsevich, A. *.N. 

DDT-pyrethrum aerosols — a new metltod for the control cf ■ I oes 

■id other insects. I. The test of American prera s. Zc, . 

Zhur. (Lev. Zool. Russe) 26: 357-36 . 

Owens, H. B., Ditm.'in, L. P., an.: Burkhardt, Geo. 

Experiments with liqur'ic'.-gas MTOBOlfl f X rol Oj Btfl on 

.plant and broccoli. Jour. Econ. Ent. hO: h23-L 

Peterson, H. E. 

Low-pmrnure anrosols. Continental Can Co., Bui. p. 

Poos, K. W., Grayson, J. M., and Batte: , 

Insecticides to control toba, *t on 

peanuts. Jour. Econ. Ent. [|0i 900- 

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Rhodes, W. W., and Goodhue, L. D. 

Beer cans for aerosol dispensing. Soap and Sanit. Chem. 23s 
122-123, 151. 

Roark, R. C. 

A digest of information on hexaethyl tetraphosphate. U. S. Bur. 
Ent. and Plant Quar. E-721, 12 pp. 

Roberts, E. 

New insecticides are tested with light electric sprayer. Florists' 
Exch. 108 (lh): 16. 

New spray method. Glass and Gard. 2 (8): 3» 

Rose, F, J. 

The aerocide system of pest control in glasshouses. Gard. Chron. 
122 (3176): 180. 

Smith, F. F., Fulton, R. A., and Brierley, P. 

Use of DDT and HETP as aerosols in greenhouses. Part I. Agr. 
Chem. 2 (12): 28-31, 61. 

Fulton, R. A., Lung, P. H., and Brierley, P. 

Potent new insecticide and new method undergo thorough trial; 
Aerosol applications of a German insecticide, hexaethyl tetra- 
phosphate, are being tested extensively by the U. S. Department 
of Agriculture as an efficient means of controlling greenhouse 
insects. Florists' Rev. 99 (2£69): 31-35. 

Vendramini, R. 

Measurement of aerosol particles. Bol. Soc. Med. Chim. (Modena) 
U7J 276-282. 

Waterhouse, D. F. 

Spray tests against adult mosquitoes. Austral. Council Sci. and 
Indus. Res., Bui. 219: 9-27. 

Whitlock, A., and Lane, W. T. 

Aerosol method of fumigation. Hort. Trade Jour. £0 (U9): 22. 

Young, E. G. 

Stability of aerosol formulations. Soap and Sanit. Chem. 23 (11): 
116-117, 1S2A. 



Chicago growers hear insect-control expert (Smith). Florists' 
Rev. 101 (2618): Ul. 

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Low pressure aerosols under developaen*. . 
3(U): 298. 

Controlling aerosol concentration. Soap Chem. 2k (3): 


Anderson, L. D., and Hofmaster, R. N. 

Pea aphid control experiments in Virginia in 19U7. Jour. Ec: I . 
Ent. Ul: 276-282. 

Barthel, W. F. 

Insecticidal aerosols. Larvicide Log 10: 35. 

Bella vita, E. 

Gli aerosoli nella lotto contro gli insetti. Ital. Agr. 85 (1): 


avelt, W. E., and Hofftran, J. R. 

Parathion aerosol for greenhouse pest control. N. Y. State 
Flower Growers' Bui. 29, PP 1-6. 

Blunck, H. 

Aerosole als SchadLLingsbekampfungsmittel im Ausland. Ztschr f . 
Pflanzenkrank. 55: 15U-173. 

Cooper, N. C. 

Compressed-gas aerosols expand their uses. Chem. Indus, 63 (6)1 
970, 972, 1058. 

Delhaye, R. 

Les aerosols. Bui. Hort. (n.s.) 3: U3-ii6, 

Ditman, L. P., and Cory, E. N. 

Liquefied-gas aerosols to control bean beetles. Jour. Keen. Ent. 
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